Trade tensions rise between China and Australia

Mining News Pro - Advisory firm WoodMackenzie (WoodMac) has warned that the escalation in the geopolitical dispute between China and Australia is likely to have an impact on the resources sector.

Gold Fields on track to deliver on guidance

Mining News Pro - Notwithstanding the impact of Covid-19, Gold mining company Gold Fields produced attributable equivalent gold production of 541 000oz, which was largely flat year-on-year and down 9% quarter-on-quarter.

IEA report outlines urgent need to accelerate investment in critical minerals needed to drive energy transitions

Mining News Pro - A new International Energy Agency (IEA) report is warning of a potential supply deficit for some of the ‘critical minerals’ needed to support a global shift in the energy system that is aligned with the Paris Climate Agreement, as well as the growing number of country commitments to cutting carbon emissions to net-zero by 2050.

Anglo American CEO: “45% of the world’s economic activity is driven by the mining sector”

Mining News Pro - Tasked with talking about the role of mining in society as part of the opening plenary at this year’s virtual CIM convention, Anglo American (LSE: AAL) chief executive Mark Cutifani didn’t mince words.

Newcrest on track for full year targets

Mining News Pro - Gold miner Newcrest Mining is on track to meet its full year production guidance, following a strong March quarter.

St Barbara builds foundation for Gwalia future

Mining News Pro - St Barbara has targeted an improvement of milling rates at the Gwalia mine in Western Australia to prepare the mine for a stronger performance.

Rudd doubles down on defunct mining super profits tax

Mining News Pro - Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has singled out BHP, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals Group for a proposed super profits tax payment.

China Moly to help small-scale cobalt miners

Mining News Pro - Cobalt and tungsten producer China Molybdenum and its Swiss-based trading arm, IXM, have joined a program that seeks to help artisanal and small-scale miners (ASM) become a responsibly-managed, viable source of battery metals.

Chilean mining city of Calama rocked by blast at explosives factory

Mining News Pro - A large blast rocked the northern Chilean mining city of Calama on Friday afternoon following an explosion in a storage warehouse belonging to Enaex , which produces explosives for the mining industry.

Philippines lifts nine-year-old ban on new mines to boost revenues

Mining News Pro - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has lifted a moratorium on new mineral agreements imposed in 2012, reopening the door to fresh mining investments as he seeks to boost state revenues to fund infrastructure projects and other initiatives.

Mining firms reshape boardrooms as investors demand sustainability

Mining News Pro - Under fire after a string of high-profile disasters, mining firms are shaking up their boardrooms in response to criticism that they are failing to meet their own environmental, social, and governance standards.

Chile minister says mining royalty bill “unconstitutional”

Mining News Pro - Chile’s mining minister Juan Carlos Jobet said on Monday a bill to boost royalties on copper and lithium miners currently being discussed by lawmakers was “unconstitutional”, adding that center-right President Sebastian Piñera’s administration would oppose it.

Ecuador holds election closely watched by global miners

Mining News Pro - On April 11th, Ecuador will hold a presidential election that could have critical implications for the country’s nascent mining industry, though companies and analysts alike believe the two candidates facing each other in the second round will continue to support the sector.

Resources and energy exports set records

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Resources and Energy quarterly report has predicted a record $296 billion in exports for the 2020-21 financial year as the likes of iron ore and gold overcome the impact of COVID-19.

Australian mining employment declines

Mining News Pro - The number of mining employees in Australia has dropped, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)’s latest quarterly data on labour forces.

Canadian miner meets Mexican officials over labour dispute

Mining News Pro - Canadian mining company Americas Gold and Silver said late on Tuesday it had held talks with senior Mexican officials in a bid to resolve a dispute at one of its mines in the northern Mexican state of Sinaloa.

Australia restricts travel to Papua New Guinea

Mining News Pro - Australia’s mining industry is bracing for travel interruptions after Prime Minister Scott Morrison barred fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) workers from traveling to and from Papua New Guinea.

Australian resources still abundant - AIMR

Mining News Pro - The latest edition of Australia’s `Identified Mineral Resources` (AIMR) report has reaffirmed Australia position as one of the world’s top producers of key critical minerals.

Most mining projects belong to NICICO and GolGohar Mining Company

Mining News Pro - 21 projects in the mining and mineral industries are ready for inauguration and most of them belong to GolGohar Mining Co. and NICICO.

Manufacturing given a A$30m boost

Mining News Pro - The federal government on Thursday announced A$30-million in funding to support Australian manufacturing, with a focus on six priority areas, including resources technology and critical minerals processing.

Canada positioning for post-Covid-19 recovery with critical minerals push

Mining News Pro - Canada is using its measures to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic to position itself as a haven for new technology and battery minerals, boasting a wealth of such minerals found in few other places around the globe, said Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan.

Rare earth unlocks key reaction in copper, gold, silver, uranium mineralization

Mining News Pro - Researchers at Australia’s Monash University found that the rare earth cerium affects the fate of a key reaction in copper, gold, silver, and uranium mineralization.

AngloGold shares strategic growth plan to unlock value across the group’s portfolio

Mining News Pro - AngloGold Ashanti continues to deliver on its strategy, with interim CEO Christine Ramon saying the company expects to achieve continued progress guided by a “rigorous capital allocation framework and buoyed by strong momentum from ore reserve conversion”.

Barrick funds $4m exploration campaign in Japan

Mining News Pro - The Barrick Alliance approved a $4-million budget, solely funded by Barrick Gold, to complete the 2021 exploration programs planned for 29 projects in Japan.

Canada could take major slice of EV economic pie

Mining News Pro - Canada has sizeable potential to be one of the upstream leaders of the lithium-ion battery ecosystem that the world is building, says Benchmark MD Simon Moores, who will be appearing in front of the House of Commons on Monday.

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